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Re: my wii consoles won't work
Have you used the reset button and Psync button on the remotes and the console?If not the reset on the remotes are located under the battery cover(little red button) and Psync is under the memory door on the wii.
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If a Double-A battery insert is present, then take out your rechargeable and insert 2 Double-A batteries. Then, start up the remote and point at the screen (Making sure sensor block is in range and exposed) so the remote can re-calibrate. Once done remove the batteries, if you'd like, and re-insert the rechargeable battery pack. IF this fails, simply remove and re-insert the rechargeable battery pack. Shut down the Wii manually at the home unit, and then start it back up using the Wii remote.
Press the Power button on the Wii console to turn it on.
Remove the battery cover on the back of the Wii Remote to be synced. Open the SD Card Slot cover on the front of the Wii console.
Press and release the SYNC button just below the batteries on the Wii Remote; the Player LED on the front of the Wii Remote will blink. While the lights are still blinking, quickly press and release the red SYNC button on the front of the Wii console.
When the Player LED blinking stops and stays lit, the syncing is complete. The LED that is illuminated indicates the player number (1 through 4).
This sync procedure must be followed for each additional Wii Remote added to the system.
hi there, it happened the same to me, i only changed the batteries and blew into the button to take away any possible dust in it, because the a button might has stopped working, did you try with a different remote?
Gamecube games don't have the proper coding installed on the discs in order to receive commands from the Wiimote. You'll have to have a Gamecube controller to play Gamecube games even on the Wii console.
Turn on the Wii console, when at the home screen press any button on the wii remote, if the lights on the wii remote remain dark then it needs new batteries.
If the lights all light up at the same time then stop this means you are not synced. Press the 1 and 2 buttons at the same time to sync, this will work if they have been synced before.
If your four lights still blink blue then you need to open the little compartment on the console that is right below the disc tray. Inside is a little red button, press the button. Now open your battery compartment on the wii remote and take out the battery, then press the red button inside. Put the battery back in and the controller should sync up. If you are still having trouble you will need to contact Nintenedo Technical Support.
With some searching found english manual at http://www.cyberbike.be/sitemapENG_test.html
have to scroll down to support section. Then in the PDF section 4b has section to restore manufacturer's calibration. This worked for us.
I have the same problem. The crosshair worked for a couple of hours and all the sudden the player 1's crosshair does not show up and cannot aim, while player 2 remote was perfectly fine. I checked the Option and made sure the crosshair is "visible", too. Still doesn't solve the problem.
I have tried to calibrate it again. Doesn't work.
I have tried to disconnect the remote and reconnect it. Doesn't work. I have tried to synk the remote and the console, doesn't work. I have tried to change to another new remote and make sure the battery is full. Doesn't work. I have tried to reset software, turn off and on the console. Doesn't work. Finally, I figured it might be the Calibration I did at the beginning mess up the system (why the vedio on youtube with a SEGA guy told us to calibrate???!). So I tried to delete the memory of my HOTD file and set up a new account (put in the disk and select the game again after deleting the original file) and it works!! EVERYTHING WENT BACK TO NORMAL. Bad thing about this method is that we lost all of our paly history (credit, life, scores) by doing this and have to start from scratch again. Remember! DO NOT CALIBRATE YOUR REMOTE!!!!!
Do the LEDs light up when you press the buttons on the Wii Remote? Try simply turning off the console, and pressing the power button a couple times firmly on the Wii Remote. If it turns on the Wii, the connection should be established. If it doesn't turn on the Wii, some hardware is defective. Recommend calling Nintendo Support if this happens.